AUT - Cecile Rozuel

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Dr Cecile Rozuel

Lecturer in Business Ethics, Centre for Business Interdisciplinary Studies; Coordinator of the Ethics in Business Research Group

Phone: +64 (0)9 921 9999 – ext. 5076

Email: cecile.rozuel@aut.ac.nz

Links to relevant web pages:
Ethics in Business Research Group page: http://www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/study-areas/business/research/research-centres/ethics-in-business-reseach-group

Qualifications:

  •     PhD in Ethics and Management
  •     MA in International Business Analysis (Dist.)
  •     Master in Management
  •     Bachelor of Business Administration

Memberships and Affiliations:

European Business Ethics Network (EBEN)

Teaching Areas:

  •     Ethics paper (BBus)
  •     Advanced Ethics paper (BBus)

Research areas:

  •     Ethics and spirituality in management and organisations
  •     Jungian psychology and ethics

Research Summary:

Cécile completed her PhD on the significance of the sense of self in the moral experiences of managers using a Jungian framework.  She has since researched the notion of compartmentalization, the concept of transcendence applied to business ethics, and the role of moral and active imagination in moral decision-making. Previous research focused on exploring the meaning of corporate social responsibility. She has a strong interest in C.G. Jung’s work in relation to ethics and personal development in organisations. She has published several articles and book chapters in that area. 

Current Research Projects:

  •     Jungian psychology and ethics applied to organisations and management
  •     The self in ethical experience and practice
  •     Revisiting vocation

Publications:

Rozuel, C. (2011) “Transcending Business Ethics: Insights from Jung and Maslow”, Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, 16(1), pp.41-47
Rozuel, C. (2011) “The Moral Threat of Compartmentalization: Self, Roles and Responsibility”, Journal of Business Ethics, doi: 10.1007/s10551-011-0839-4
Rozuel, C. (2010) “The Self as a Moral Anchor – Applying Jungian Psychology to Managers’ Ethics”, in Muhr, S.L., Sørensen, B.M. and Vallentin, S. (Eds.) Ethics and Organizational Practice: Questioning the Moral Foundations of Management, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp.121-142
Rozuel, C. (2010) “Moral Tension in the Psyche: A Jungian Interpretation of Managers’ Moral Experiences”, Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, 15(1), pp.36-43
Rozuel, C. and Kakabadse, N. (2010) “Ethics, Spirituality and Self: Managerial Perspective and Leadership Implications”, Business Ethics: A European Review, 19(4), pp.423-436, doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8608.2010.01603.x
Rozuel, C. and Kakabadse, N. (2010) “Managerial Ethics as a Prerequisite to CSR: The Person Behind the Role”, in Idowu, S.O. and Louche, C. (Eds.) Theory and Practice of Corporate Social Responsibility, Springer, Berlin, pp.3-22
Kakabadse, N. and Rozuel, C. (2006) “The Meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility in a Local French Hospital: A Case Study”, Society and Business, 1(1), pp.77-96
Kakabadse, N., Rozuel, C. and Lee-Davis, L. (2005) “Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Approach: A Conceptual Review”, International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 1(4):277-302


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